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Thu, 18 Sep 2014 15:58:03
Finn Mototech Auto Service and Maintenance Guide: Disc Brakes
Question: What are the signs that I need a brake job? Finn Mototech Answer: Signs of brake problems often fall into one of two categories for Broomfield drivers: making noise or a pulsation in the brake pedal. Let’s start with the noise. Most brake pads have an audible brake wear indicator. This is a small […]

Tue, 09 Sep 2014 13:29:57
Simple Answers from Finn Mototech for Broomfield: Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Question: My tire pressure warning light came on recently. What does that mean? Finn Mototech Answer: It means that one or more of your tires has low air pressure. The dashboard warning light, which looks like a cross-section of a tire with some lines in it, comes on when the tire pressure is 20% below […]

Sat, 06 Sep 2014 01:31:43
Smart Car Care for Broomfield Drivers: Vent Cleaning
Ever get musky odors coming from your car’s air vents? It’s fairly common for Broomfield motorists. Moisture can ordinarily accumulate in the air conditioning/heating ventilation system allowing mold, mildew, fungus, and bacteria to grow. Disinfecting and deodorizing is a doable process. Depending on how bad the problem is, there are a couple of approaches Finn […]

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 07:33:28
Vehicle Maintenance Tips from Finn Mototech: Gasoline Direct Injection
Question: My new car has a “GDI” engine. What does that mean to me and other Broomfield auto owners with this new type of engine? Finn Mototech Answer: GDI stands for Gasoline Direct Injection. It’s a type of fuel injection system that is becoming very popular on modern engines. Let’s talk about the two most […]

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 06:05:49
Finn Mototech Auto Maintenance Basics: Serpentine Belt
Question: My Finn Mototech service professional said I need a new serpentine belt but I don’t see any cracks in it. Does it really need to be replaced? Finn Mototech Answer: I appreciate your concern. Old style neoprene belts would crack with age, making it pretty obvious to Broomfield auto owners when they needed to […]

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 03:35:25
Finn Mototech Auto Service and Maintenance Guide: Forced Induction
Most Broomfield drivers associate turbochargers and superchargers with hot rods and racing. However, the number of everyday cars and trucks coming to Westminster from the factory with chargers is growing every year. Here’s why – You need three elements for combustion: fuel, oxygen, and ignition (spark plug in gasoline engines and compression in diesels). Superchargers […]

Thu, 28 Aug 2014 02:49:20
Smart Car Care for Broomfield Drivers: Alternator
Question: My battery keeps going dead. I had it tested and it is fine – what could be the problem? Finn Mototech Answer: Well, your issue could be caused by several things. Let’s start with a likely suspect: your alternator. The alternator is like a little electrical generator. It is spun by the serpentine belt […]

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The Geek Wrench
Sat, 15 Feb 2014 19:29:20
Calling all Tacomas and 4Runners. Death rocks may be lurking in your engine.
We have seen a large number of Toyotas with this slow forming cancer with potentially catastrophic results. Take a look at the pic below… Where’s Waldo There he is! This 2002 Tacoma was the most recent case of this phenomena. The vehicle came in with the performance complaint of no power and heavy exhaust smell. […]

Wed, 13 Nov 2013 03:41:55
Calling All Gearheads…
We’re piston deep into a 2006 Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.5i. It needs a right side cylinder head. The head removed has a casting number of T25. We have found rebuildable candidates with casting #s B25 V25 and Z25. We know that the differences equate to combustion cc’s and valve diameters but can’t find a data […]

Sun, 10 Nov 2013 23:34:09
Nominate Someone In Need to Win Up to $500 in Needed Repairs
Click here to nominate a person/family Finn Mototech and NAPA are teaming up together to help someone deserving with needed care repair or maintenance. Offer includes necessary parts and labor up to $500.00 value in needed (safety) repairs or maintenance. Come in to Finn Mototech to fill out a nomination form or see our website […]

Sat, 05 Oct 2013 22:57:03
J2534 Flash Reprogramming
Well this post won’t be interesting to most of our visitors but after some of the trials by fire we have experienced,  karma tells me that we had better share the lessons learned. Neighbors bought a used instrument cluster for theie 2001 Ford F150. They installed it, rhen came to us for programming because it […]

Wed, 02 Oct 2013 16:26:33
Timing belt failed on this 2006 Subaru
This car is a good illustration of one of the many ways that timing belts fail. As you can see, visual inspection wouldn’t have tipped anyone off that failure was coming!